More News In Brief: Munich’s Haus der Kunst cancels exhibitions due to a “difficult financial situation stemming from management errors of the past”, plus Lawyers for New York gallerist Mary Boone ask for leniency in tax evasion case.
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More News In Brief: French Moroccan artist Nicola L. dies aged 81; Italy blocks Leonardo loans for Louvre anniversary show; New York court dismisses case against publisher Knight Landesman and Artforum magazine.
More News In Brief: Artist duo Hesselholdt and Mejlvang claim Danish museum failed to pay them; Moscow residents petition Garage Museum of Contemporary Art after it accepts sponsorship from property developer; Liverpool authorities stand by ‘insulting’ logo design competition.
More News In Brief: Róise Goan appointed artistic director of Artsadmin; Manifesta announces artistic team for 13th edition; Strasbourg Biennale postponed following terrorist attack; Dalí lobster telephone purchased by the National Galleries of Scotland.
More News In Brief: Manchester’s £30m School of Digital Arts gets planning go ahead; gender gap dominates ArtsPay 2018 survey; new director appointed at Compton Verney, Warwickshire.
More News In Brief: Lottery funding distribution must be returned to people say campaigners; new London gallery to show work by only artist known to have worked secretly under Islamic State; artist residencies to be created throughout Glasgow.
More News In Brief: £3.4m JMW Turner painting blocked from leaving the UK by ministers; MPs to assess ‘class ceiling’ in the arts; museums and auction houses close as protests rage in Paris.
Other News In Brief: Minimalist artist Robert Morris dies aged 87; Louvre launches free admission night in order to attract low income and younger visitors; young boy in famous photo is not Vincent Van Gogh.
Other News In Brief: Turkish police arrest cultural workers due to their support of 2013 Gezi Park protests; Chris Rawcliffe appointed new artistic director of creative producers Forma.
Other News In Brief: Statue of Van Gogh in Brixton modified to remove smoking pipe, razor and revolver; Belgian theatre company admit to stolen Picasso hoax.
Other News In Brief: David Hockney painting breaks record for a living artist; California wildfires threaten cultural sites; and MoMA curator Quentin Bajac leaves to become director of the French national photography museum Jeu de Paume.
Other news In Brief: Paris court finds Jeff Koons guilty of copyright infringement, Susie Stubbs appointed chair of the Castlefield Gallery board of trustees, and comic writer Stan Lee dies aged 95.
Other News In Brief: Arts Council England may extend Artsmark award to include early years sector, incorporating professional development and networking opportunities; former Tate Modern head Chris Dercon to head up the Grand Palais, Paris.
Chicago-based artist Michelle Hartney’s performance at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York calls for museums to do more to educate the public about the darker side of the artists they celebrate.
Other News In Brief: MSPs told by Glasgow School of Art academic that Mackintosh building should be removed from control of GSA board; Pitt Rivers Museum and Museum of the History of Science hire Syrian refugees as tour guides.
Sally Tallant, who joined Liverpool Biennial from London’s Serpentine Gallery in 2011, is to move to the New York venue next spring.
Other News In Brief: Creative Scotland bosses deny new ‘acceptable conduct’ document is attempt to silence critics; little-known artist wins world’s biggest portrait prize worth over £80,000; Venice museums reopen after worst floods in 10 years; artist defends appropriation of a fellow artist’s work without permission.
Other News In Brief: Japanese artists Yayoi Kusama and Takashi Murakami consider legal action after Chinese company stages exhibitions featuring fake versions of their work; Brazil’s new president may thwart efforts to rebuild Rio museum destroyed in fire; digital lab shows you how to make your own Banksy-style shredder.
The eighth edition of the international Artes Mundi Prize exhibition at National Museum Cardiff features five shortlisted artists from five different countries. Fisun Güner reports from the Welsh capital.
Other News In Brief: Ireland’s EVA International announces theme and guest curator for its 39th edition; Arts Council England awards £5m to Coventry UK City of Culture 2021 plus announces latest small capital grants; fluorescent Ugo Rondine public sculpture unveiled in Liverpool.
A selection of international exhibitions at museums and art galleries that either allow free or discounted entry with an IAA card, now available to a-n members. This month we visit Denmark, Norway, Germany, Hungary, Turkey and France.
In Brief: news briefing featuring national and international stories, including: Birmingham City Council tells arts organisations to prepare for further 30% cut, Nesta launches £3.7m fund offering small repayable loans to arts organisations, plus video suggests Banksy originally planned to shred entire Girl With Balloon artwork.
Other News In Brief: Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts now set to reopen on 22 October; vandals deface San Francisco murals with Trump slogans; calls for museums and cultural institutions to re-assess ties with Saudi Arabia; Documenta 14 obelisk to continue to be displayed in Kassel despite being removed from original site.
In Brief: news briefing featuring national and international stories including: Artists sign open letter protesting dismissal of director Catherine de Zegher from the Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent; report says ‘outdated recruitment practices’ are holding back diversity in the arts; buyer of destroyed Banksy artwork to go through with purchase.
In Brief: news briefing featuring national and international stories including: Banksy artwork self-destructs moments after being sold for £1m sale at auction; Documenta artists protest ‘fascist mindset’ after death of performer Zak Kostopoulos; Isa Genzken wins 2019 Nasher Prize for sculpture.